In an effort to foster a prayerful community in celebration together, America has compiled a list of events that will be updated as the year goes on.
To mark this National Day of Prayer, America asked our social media followers to share their prayer intentions and favorite ways to pray.
The USCCB parody Twitter account asked people to share when they felt least at home in the church. Catholics had a lot to say.
The invitation to share moments of exclusion and hurt at the hands of the church generated a significant response.
On March 8—International Women’s Day—Arturo Sosa, S.J., the superior general of the Jesuits, announced the creation of the Commission on the Role and Responsibilities of Women in the Society of Jesus.
Pete Docter was inspired by Father Martin’s book The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and its insights about Ignatian spirituality.
I went on a date in college for extra credit. What it taught me about love and worthiness was priceless.
The assignment came with a long list of rules: Don’t ask somebody else in the class. You have to ask in person. You ask, you pay.
Virginia is on its way to becoming the 23rd state to abolish the death penalty and, significantly, the first formerly Confederate state to achieve abolition.
When the march’s organizers announced on Jan. 15 that they would move the event online, Jesuit high schools across the country sought to find creative ways to help students honor life at all stages.
in Barack Obama's new memoir, readers get to know a host of colorful characters who played a role in the campaign for the presidency and Obama’s first term in office.